NEW YORK, Oct. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The 9/11 Consensus Panel reports that a study published Saturday, by the Centre for Research on Globalization, presents compelling evidence that a September 8 broadcast from the international news giant Russia Today was blocked not only within the Google and YouTube search engines, but also by private email interference.
At the 12th anniversary of 9/11, RT's popular program "The Truthseeker" ran a 13-minute episode, "9/11 and Operation Gladio", presenting new historical evidence that began to go viral.
Bob McIlvaine, whose son Robert perished in a North Tower lobby explosion, remains anguished by questions about how the Towers fell, and by the thousands of first responder deaths and the millions killed in illegal Middle East wars.
Five 9/11 historians presented evidence from original media footage, witness testimonies, and recently declassified documents.
Historian Dr. Daniele Ganser of the Swiss Institute for Peace and Energy Research, explained that using a "false flag" operation, a country can bomb itself in order to manufacture public consent to blame and attack another country.
Jonathan Cole of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth reported high-tech nano-thermite, an incendiary used for implosions, throughout the WTC dust.
118 firefighters, insistent about hearing bombs and explosives in the Towers, were studied by Dr. Graeme MacQueen, co-editor of The Journal of 9/11 Studies.
This RT episode, seen on YouTube by a quarter of a million people in its first three days, suddenly flat-lined September 11, when viewing virtually stopped.
The study begins: "With polls consistently showing that approximately 50% of Canadians and Americans doubt the official story of 9/11, the feat of keeping a lid on mainstream public debate for over 12 years has been nothing short of miraculous."
A careful analysis follows, showing that the RT title and URL were decoupled from the YouTube and Google indexes, and could not be transmitted by email during the weeks that followed.
Did RT change the YouTube privacy setting because of political pressure? Or was there covert search engine interference?
Whatever happened, the program died, and the lid stayed on.
What will take the lid off is the long-awaited encyclopedic Mazzucco documentary, sure to become the standard historical authority on 9/11.
SOURCE The 9/11 Consensus Panel